Thursday, October 8, 2015

Halloween Decorations for the Classroom

I'm re-posting this from last year because these decorations have saved me so much time and energy, I hope you love them as much as I do!

I love to change up my decorations at home to go with the seasons, but I've never really done it at school, mostly because I can't afford to buy decorations for home and school - and because I don't have a place to store those decorations.  BUT that's all about to change. 

I really wanted to do something cute for Halloween, so I created a super cute set of matching classroom decorations - bunting for the wall, cupcake toppers (or stickers), treat bag toppers, name tags, a door decoration, and instructions for a class Halloween wreath.  Not only will my classroom look cute, but for the first time ever, I won't be scrambling to find cute bits and pieces for my class party.



My favorite thing about this set is that it can all be easily stored in a file folder or a ziploc bag, plus, it's a digital file too - so I can always print pieces again.  It is a lot of cutting, but if you have a parent volunteer to help you then it's the perfect job for them (you'll have control over the party decorations and your volunteers will feel like they get to help - the best of both worlds!).   








After finishing my Halloween set I knew I didn't want to leave anyone out - so I created an autumn decoration set (for those who don't do holidays at school), and then I did a set forThanksgiving too.  No worries, there will be more Classroom Decoration Sets to come! You can download these three from my Teachers Pay Teachers Store.





2 comments:

  1. I stumbled upon your post by chance and SO glad I did! Your decs for the classroom just look amazing!! We're going to definitely have to decorate our class for Halloween this year :)

    Teaching Autism

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    1. Thank you so much! These have made my life so much easier!

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